|Dec 31 2018 - Michael Bennett|
DE Michael Bennett recorded nine sacks in his first year with the Eagles, which is the most he has had in a year since 2015 when he had 10 with the Seahawks.
|Dec 31 2018 - Nelson Agholor|
WR Nelson Agholor finished the year with a career-high 64 catches.
|Dec 31 2018 - Alshon Jeffery|
WR Alshon Jeffery ended the season with the most receiving yards in a single season (843) since 2014 with the Chicago Bears when he had 1,133.
|Dec 31 2018 - Malcolm Jenkins|
S Malcolm Jenkins led the Eagles in tackles for the second straight season. This year he had 136. Last year he had 119. In 2016, he was second in tackles with 114, three behind leader Rodney McLeod.
|Dec 31 2018 - Rasul Douglas|
CB Rasul Douglas has led the Eagles in tackles for three straight games. He also finished as the team's interception leader this season with three.
|Dec 31 2018 - Josh Adams|
RB Josh Adams led the team in rushing this season with 511 yards on 120 carries. The rushing yards are the eighth-most for a rookie in team history.
|Dec 30 2018 - Nick Foles|
QB Nick Foles tied an NFL record with 25 straight completions against the Redskins, ending his day 28-for-33 for 221 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He left the game in the fourth quarter with bruised ribs.
|Dec 30 2018 - Zach Ertz|
TE Zach Ertz had three catches against the Redskins to end the year with 116 receptions, the most ever by an NFL tight end.
|Dec 30 2018 - Michael Bennett|
DE Michael Bennett collected a sack in Sunday's win to finish with nine in his first year with the Eagles after being traded in the offseason by the Seattle Seahawks.
|Dec 30 2018 - Fletcher Cox|
DT Fletcher Cox was a terror in Sunday's win against Washington. The four-time Pro Bowler had three sacks and ended the regular season with a career-high 10 1/2.
|Dec 27 2018 - Chandon Sullivan|
CB Chandon Sullivan was signed by the Eagles to their practice squad Wednesday (Dec. 26). He had been waived by the Eagles Monday.
|Dec 27 2018 - Josh Hawkins|
CB Josh Hawkins was signed by the Eagles from their practice squad Wednesday (Dec. 26).
|Dec 26 2018 - Timmy Jernigan|
DT Tim Jernigan was activated from the reserve/non-football injury List on Nov. 20, played 20 snaps that week, did not play the following week with back spasms, then was inactive the next two games. He returned against the Texans, though, and made two tackles in 17 snaps. "He's felt good the last couple of days," said head coach Doug Pederson. "We're optimistic that he can handle a little bit more."
|Dec 26 2018 - Josh Hawkins|
CB Josh Hawkins was promoted from the practice squad this week. He has played in 31 career NFL games between the Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers. "Josh is a smart guy," said head coach Doug Pederson. "He has good speed and quickness. He's played, obviously. It's a great opportunity for him to make a couple changes this late just to see a young player, see what you have. Good time to do it."
|Dec 26 2018 - Nick Foles|
QB Nick Foles earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after throwing for a franchise-record 471 yards and four touchdowns in Sunday's 32-30 win over the Houston Texans.
|Dec 25 2018 - Mike Wallace|
WR Mike Wallace was activated from injured reserve, the team announced. Wallace sustained a fractured fibula in a 27-21 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sept. 16. "Mike Wallace is getting better, too. I will tell that you Mike will entertain some more individual reps, Wednesday, Thursday, and see where he's at moving forward," coach Doug Pederson said.
|Dec 24 2018 - Chandon Sullivan|
CB Chandon Sullivan was released by the Eagles on Monday. Sullivan played 19, 26, and 42 defensive snaps in a three-week stretch from Nov. 11-Nov. 25. He was inactive in two of the team's last three games.
|Dec 24 2018 - Mike Wallace|
WR Mike Wallace was activate from injured reserve on Monday. Wallace broke his fibula in Week Two. He signed a one-year contract in the offseason and has yet to record a catch for his new team. Wallace becomes the second player to be activated from IR this season, joining tight end Richard Rodgers, who was activated on Nov. 16 and had his first catch of the season against the Texans on Sunday.
|Dec 24 2018 - Fletcher Cox|
DT Fletcher Cox now has 10 career fumble recoveries, which are tied for the 4th-most in Eagles all-time history, behind Mike Jarmoluk (12, 1949-55), Reggie White (11, 1985-92) and Vic Sears (11, 1941-53).
|Dec 24 2018 - Chris Long|
DE Chris Long finished the game with a team-leading, season-high 2.0 sacks to bring his season total to 6.5, which are his most since 2013 with St. Louis (8.5).
|Dec 24 2018 - Darren Sproles|
RB Darren Sproles on Sunday produced his most receiving yards (76) in a single game since Sept. 25, 2016 vs. Pittsburgh (128 yards). Sproles caught a 37-yard TD pass from Nick Foles on fourth-and-2 that gave the Eagles a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. It was the longest receiving TD by an Eagle on fourth down since Brian Dawkins' 57-yard TD catch on a fake punt (thrown by Brian Mitchell) on Sept. 29, 2002 vs. Houston.
|Dec 24 2018 - Alshon Jeffery|
WR Alshon Jeffery finished the game with 82 receiving yards, including a season-long 52-yard reception in the third quarter. Jeffery is the first Eagle to record 50-plus-yard receptions in back-to-back games since Jeremy Maclin on Oct. 26, 2014 and Nov. 2, 2014, and it is the first time Jeffery has accomplished the feat in his career.
|Dec 24 2018 - Nelson Agholor|
WR Nelson Agholor led the Eagles with a season-high 116 yards Sunday, which marked the second-highest single-game total of his NFL career (141 yards on Dec. 3, 2017 at Seattle). Agholor caught an 83-yard TD pass from Nick Foles in the third quarter that gave the Eagles a 23-16 lead. The score marked the longest TD reception of both Agholor's and Foles' careers and was the longest passing TD by an Eagle since Michael Vick hooked up with DeSean Jackson for a 91-yard TD on Dec. 12, 2010 at Dallas.
|Dec 24 2018 - Mike Wallace|
WR Mike Wallace was designated for return from reserve/injured by the Monday (Dec. 24). He was immediately activated.
|Dec 24 2018 - Chandon Sullivan|
CB Chandon Sullivan was placed on waivers by the Eagles Monday (Dec. 24).
|Dec 23 2018 - Nick Foles|
QB Nick Foles was speared in the chest by Houston Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney before rising up, sitting out one play, and re-entering to a standing ovation from the Lincoln Financial Field crowd to resume leading his team to a game-winning, 35-yard field goal from Jake Elliott. Elliott's kick came as time expired and launched the Eagles to a 32-30 victory, their fourth win in the last five games. Foles threw four touchdown passes and 471 yards, breaking the club record for yards passing in a game held by Donovan McNabb, who threw for 464 yards on Dec. 5, 2004. Foles now has four 400-plus-yard passing games as an Eagle, which broke the team record of three held by Sonny Jurgensen from 1957-63. With a salary cap hit of $20 million next season, this may have been Foles' final home game as an Eagle, and he was aware of it "It's emotional," said Foles, who got misty-eyed answering the question. "I love playing in Philly. I knew there was a chance this could be it. I don't think about the future, but I'm aware of that because this city means a lot to me, this team means a lot to me, wearing this jersey means a lot to me."
|Dec 17 2018 - Jake Elliott|
K Jake Elliott's 53-yard missed field goal with just over minute left against the Rams snapped his streak of 13 straight made kicks which dated back to Week 7 against Carolina.
|Dec 17 2018 - Fletcher Cox|
DT Fletcher Cox sacked Jared Goff for an eight-yard loss on third-and-11 in the second quarter to hold the Rams to a 41-yard field goal. Cox now has 7.5 sacks, which are his most in a single season since he had 9.5 in 2015. He is now tied with Brandon Graham (42.5) for the sixth-most in Eagles history.
|Dec 17 2018 - Zach Ertz|
TE Zach Ertz became just the fourth tight end in NFL history to record 100-plus receptions in a single season. He has 101 and joins Jason Witten in 2012 (110), Tony Gonzalez in 2004 (102) and Dallas Clark in 2009 (100). Ertz had three catches on Sunday night and has 1,038 yards receiving this season.
|Dec 17 2018 - Alshon Jeffery|
WR Alshon Jeffery's 160 yards receiving on Sunday night were his most since joining the Eagles as a free agent in the 2017 offseason. It was also the third highest total of his career. While with the Chicago Bears, he had 249 yards on Dec. 1, 2013, and 218 on Oct. 6, 2013 against the New Orleans Saints.
|Dec 17 2018 - Jordan Hicks|
LB Jordan Hicks, who has missed four straight games, could return to practice this week.
|Dec 17 2018 - Isaac Seumalo|
G Isaac Seumalo, who missed Sunday's game and was replaced by veteran Stefen Wisniewski, could miss another week of action, per coach Doug Pederson.
|Dec 17 2018 - Carson Wentz|
QB Carson Wentz will not go on injured reserve as he deals with a stress fracture in his back that could require three months of recovery time, per coach Doug Pederson. Pederson said that Wentz is considered "week to week."
|Dec 17 2018 - Nick Foles|
QB Nick Foles will remain the starting quarterback as the Philadelphia Eagles host the Houston Texans in Week 16, coach Doug Pederson announced Monday. Pederson also announced that franchise quarterback Carson Wentz will not go on injured reserve as he deals with a stress fracture in his back that could require three months of recovery time. Pederson said that Wentz is considered "week to week." Foles completed 24 of 31 passes for 270 yards and an interception in Philadelphia's 30-23 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night. He found a familiar target in Alshon Jeffery, as the pair connected eight times for 160 yards for the Eagles (7-7).
|Dec 16 2018 - Zach Ertz|
TE Zach Ertz caught three passes against the Rams to go over 100 for the season. He now has 101 and is trying to set the NFL record for catches in a season by a tight end set by Jason Witten, who made 110 in 2012.
|Dec 16 2018 - Wendell Smallwood|
QB Wendell Smallwood had 48 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns against the Rams. As a team, the Eagles ran the ball 30 times for 111 yards and are now 7-0 when they record 27 or more rushes."I thought all the backs did a nice job," said Pederson. "Wendell, I've always had a lot of confidence in Wendell, and he did nice job tonight. I thought our offensive line did some nice things controlling the line of scrimmage at times, opening up a few of those gaps and lanes"
|Dec 16 2018 - Alshon Jeffery|
WR Alshon Jeffery made eight catches for a season-high 160 yards on Sunday. His 49-yard catch set the Eagles up at the L.A. 9-yard line. On the next play from there, Wendell Smallwood raced in for a touchdown that gave the Eagles a 20-13 lead.
|Dec 16 2018 - Nick Foles|
QB Nick Foles, the reigning Super Bowl MVP, threw for 270 yards to lead an improbable 30-23 victory over the NFC West champion Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night at the L.A. Coliseum. With Carson Wentz out with a stress fracture in his back, Foles assumed command of the team again – just like he did in Week 13 last week in, ironically enough, L.A., and led the Eagles to the Super Bowl LII championship.The Eagles were double-digit underdogs to the Rams, but found a way to capture their third win in their last four games.
|Dec 16 2018 - Malcolm Jenkins|
S Malcolm Jenkins was fined $12,500 for his criticism of a replay official, multiple media outlets reported Sunday. Jenkins took an official to task after the Eagles were unsuccessful in their challenge of a ruling off the opening kickoff of last week's game, as Dallas Cowboys returner Jourdan Lewis appeared to fumble the ball. The official ruling was that there was no recovery by the Eagles despite only players of that team around the ball."That was a pretty terrible call," the 30-year-old Jenkins said following Philadelphia's 29-23 overtime loss to Dallas. "They reviewed it and the explanation I got was that it wasn't a clear recovery, although Kamu (Grugier-Hill) had the ball in his hand and there was only Eagles defenders on the ball in replay. So whoever's watching that in New York should stay off the bottle."
|Dec 15 2018 - Kaleb Johnson|
G Kaleb Johnson was signed by the Eagles to their practice squad Friday (December 14). He had been waived by the Vikings Sept. 1.
|Dec 15 2018 - Jordan Mailata|
T Jordan Mailata (back) was placed on reserve/injured by the Eagles Friday (December 14). He will miss the remainder of the 2018 season.
|Dec 15 2018 - B.J. Bello|
LB B.J. Bello was signed by the Eagles from their practice squad Friday (December 14).
|Dec 15 2018 - Carson Wentz|
QB Carson Wentz was ruled out for Sunday's matchup at the Los Angeles Rams. The move was expected after Wentz was diagnosed with a fracture in his back and had been downgraded from questionable to doubtful on Friday. Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles will get the start Sunday for the Eagles (6-7), who are among three teams that trail Minnesota (6-6-1) for the sixth and final playoff spot in the NFC.
|Dec 14 2018 - Carson Wentz|
QB Carson Wentz will not need surgery for his back injury and might be able to play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, head coach Doug Pederson told reporters on Friday.
Wentz has a fracture in his back and originally was listed as questionable for the Rams game, but later in the day was downgraded to doubtful. "He has a stress injury evolved over time and requires no surgery," Pederson told reporters. "I'm not asking or answering any more questions about it. We're playing the Rams in two days if you guys haven't figured this out. "If we put him out there, there has to be 100 percent that there is no risk of anything further." Wentz has not practiced all week and Pederson said that the full recovery for Wentz's back injury could take up to three months.
|Dec 13 2018 - Carson Wentz|
QB Carson Wentz is dealing with a fracture in his back that threatens his season, multiple media outlets reported Thursday. Wentz is not expected to play Sunday's matchup at the Los Angeles Rams after an MRI exam revealed a fractured vertebrae, according to ESPN. Wentz underwent CT Scans throughout the season but none revealed the injury, the NFL Network reported. Surgery is not needed to repair the issue that has plagued Wentz for a number of weeks, but the reigning Super Bowl champions must decide if continuing to play will risk further injury to the quarterback.
|Dec 12 2018 - Carson Wentz|
QB Carson Wentz did not practice on Wednesday due to a back injury that has raised concerns about the availability of the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback for the rest of the season. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Wentz is not expected to play for the Eagles (6-7) on Sunday (8:20 p.m. ET) against the host Los Angeles Rams (11-2). Given the time of the injury, Wentz -- who is considered the face of the franchise -- could be sidelined for the remainder of the season with Philadelphia residing two games behind the NFC East-leading Dallas Cowboys (8-5) with three games to play. The Eagles, however, are in the mix for a potential wild-card spot.
|Dec 11 2018 - Josh Hawkins|
CB Josh Hawkins was signed by the Eagles to the practice squad Tuesday (Dec. 11). He had been released by the Chiefs from the practice squad Dec. 5.
|Dec 11 2018 - Daeshon Hall|
DE Daeshon Hall was signed by the Eagles Tuesday (Dec. 11) from the Texans practice squad.
|Dec 11 2018 - Josh Sweat|
DE Josh Sweat (ankle) was placed on reserve/injured by the Eagles Tuesday (Dec. 11). He will miss the remainder of the 2018 season.
|Dec 11 2018 - Corey Clement|
RB Corey Clement (knee) was placed on reserve/injured by the Eagles Tuesday (Dec. 11). He will miss the remainder of the 2018 season.